When students went to school in London, one beautiful Sunday, me and my two cousins were lying down reading books, listening to music when suddenly there was a knock at the door. There was a middle-aged girl who asked her three sisters to join the Women's Union. She is also free, she sells groceries in the apartment, so anyone knows how many people know it. Also, she is an active member of the Women's Union. In general, we thought the Women's Union was something of the government. Because I did not want to cause any trouble, the whole family sent one child to join, and it did not cost much. She asked for another photo of the card. A few weeks later, she came to give a Women's Union membership card. Since Sunday morning, the three of us did not dare to stay at home, or invite each other to drink coffee, or wander the streets of Saigon, just for fear of being arrested for meetings with Women.
So I fell in love with the wall right away. Not because it is Roman, but because it has been standing there for nearly 2000 years and the scenery is beautiful.
Caesar was initially been from a wealthy aristocratic family and belonged to the Populares faction (which protects the interests of civilians) so was hated by the Optimates faction (the conservative wing, the protection of the benefits of the nobility). Realizing that Caesar was a danger to his power, Pompey and the nobles plotted to deprive Caesar of their troops and properties and banish Caesar. The reason the aristocracy could execute Caesar was that during his time as Consul before being sent to guard northern Italy, Caesar abused his power and broke many of the rules of the Yuan Institute. According to Roman law at the time, a person after being Consul would be sent to stay in another province for a term of at least one year, and as long as a public official was not tried tội. So Caesar tried to avoid returning to Rome as a commoner and extended his term of governor 😜. During that time, Caesar also expanded Roman territory by continuing to conquer and end up capturing the whole of Gaul (generally France now) and even bringing troops to England.
According to legend, in the 8th century BC, Rhea Silvia - Princess of Alba Longa gave birth to two twin boys, Romulus and Remus. Rhea Silvia's uncle Amulius - who had usurped her father's throne - feared that the two children would be a threat to their throne, so ordered the two children to flee the river. The servants, who loved the two children, placed them only on the banks of the Tiber River, at the foot of the Palatine hill. Romulus and Remus were picked up by a wolf until a shepherd found them and took the two brothers to their pregnancies.
I first saw the tweed fabric through my old family magazine. Of course, at that time, I didn't know what the tweed fabric was. It's just that kids like pink, and there's a pretty picture in an old magazine. Later in my student life, I did not care much about fabrics. Only Chanel knew that dog-houndstooth fabric was very famous. In Saigon, they sell a full copy of this great texture at Soai Kinh Lam cloth market, and they can buy as many as they want. Sometimes, if anyone talks about fashion, he also pretends to hum to show that he is not very rural. Later, when I lived in England, I could see why tweed fabric was so beautiful and quality, why Coco Chanel, once met this fabric, was fascinated and spent so much effort promoting this fabric.